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Rosenbaum Contemporary | Fall Preview
 
Reds and Blacks, 2020
Donald Sultan
 
 
An exhibition of sculpture, paintings, photography and mixed media works by Modern and Contemporary masters.
 
 
Fiori
Manolo Valdés
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
Working in both monumental and small dimensions since the 1970s, sculptor Gino Miles (b. 1952) is inspired primarily by 20th Century European masters such as Moore, Brancusi, Archipenko, and Marini. Gino distills his love of the classical figure and objects found in nature, working with a sparse and contemporary language that embodies tranquility. Stripped of an overt narrative, Miles’ abstract forms achieve a poetic harmony of man and nature, with subtle references to both the human form and ancient cultures.
 
 
 
 
New 10-foot Sculpture Installed at The Boca Raton Resort by Gino Miles, represented by Sponder Gallery
 
"As part of a $150 million revamp at the 94-year-old Boca Raton Resort & Club, celeb party planner Cowie—the resort’s creative director—worked with King & Partners’ Tony King and Inii Kim on the rebranding to amplify the sexy and tone down the stuffy. Inspired by his Sicily and Greek Islands travels, Cowie picked out the Lounge’s art, including Armenia-born Tigran Tsitoghdzyan’s portraits, while Marisol aims to emulate a Mediterranean beach club, white Acapulco chairs and all. The project includes 20 artworks in total by Michael Dweck, Max-Steven Grossman, Alex Katz, Kim Keever, Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers, Jane Manus, Donald Martiny, Gino Miles, James Austin Murray, Donald Sultan, Tigran Tsitoghdzyan and Isabelle van Zeijl."
 
 
- Kristen Hansen, 12 Beautiful Restaurants Designed by Celebrity Decorators
Architectural Digest, May 6th, 2021
 
 
Installation View, Oct 11th 2021
 

 

 
The Floral Still Life at James R. Ross Fine Art

 

 
 
 
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Zinnias
Genevieve Goth Grad
 
Still Life with Hibiscus
Paul Hadley

 

 
 
 
 
 
Manuel Reyna at Jerald Melberg Gallery
 
 
 
GALPON EN BALUMBA
Manuel Reyna
 
SAN MARCOS (IGLESIA ANTIGUA)
Manuel Reyna
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